Menu

A new study finds that only 6% of companies plan to dismantle their employee health care plans in the next three to five years. Many employers, however, are looking to implement plan design changes that could affect patients and survivors.

Continue Reading »
Blog post thumbnail

Marissa Mayer unfortunately announced that Yahoo was no longer allowing employees to work from home, but the backlash has been heartening.

Continue Reading »
Blog post thumbnail

QVC, one of our newest sponsors, submitted their community giving video (where CAC was one of 5 select charities) into the 2013 Corporate Citizenship Film Festival!

Continue Reading »
Blog post thumbnail

NPR recently wrote a piece on the employee experience taking time off under the FMLA, and their findings illustrate how important it is to know the protections available at your company.

Continue Reading »
Blog post thumbnail

We here at Cancer and Careers talk a lot about building and protecting your online brand. We urge our audience to think carefully about the personal information they post, as it could potentially hinder career success.

Continue Reading »
Blog post thumbnail

Do you ever feel like you're just sending your resume into a black hole? Here are some tips to help get your resume through the applicant filtering technologies that many companies are using today.

Continue Reading »
Blog post thumbnail

Registration is now open for CAC’s 3rd annual National Conference on Work & Cancer! Experts will be covering everything from job search and career change, to legal and insurance issues and more.

Continue Reading »
Blog post thumbnail

Given how much travel the CAC team does, it seemed only right to create a blog series for 2013 called "On the Road with CAC."

Continue Reading »
Blog post thumbnail

Are you between the ages of 21 and 40? Do you need a place to talk about the challenges of work and cancer? Would you like to connect with your peers?

Continue Reading »
Blog post thumbnail

The Ticket To Work program is one of a number of Work Incentives available to those receiving SSI or SSDI.

Continue Reading »
Blog post thumbnail

Flexjobs is back offering discounts to any of our readers looking for flexible work options.

Continue Reading »
Blog post thumbnail

The Cancer and Careers team is excited to announce that we are now offering a free resume review service to help get your resume in the best shape for job applications.

Continue Reading »
Blog post thumbnail

While there are many pieces to the puzzle of creating a supportive work environment for those living with cancer, clear communication is found to be the most important across the board.

Continue Reading »
Blog post thumbnail

There are tons of questions to consider when preparing for an interview, but which ones are the most critical?

Continue Reading »
Blog post thumbnail

Learn how to advise your patients & clients on balancing work and cancer. Join us this Spring for our popular Educational Series, updated with all new content!

Continue Reading »
Blog post thumbnail

2012 was a whirlwind year and we can't thank our supporters enough for their generous support of Cancer and Career's mission and programs. Thank you!

Continue Reading »
Blog post thumbnail

Cancer and Careers held our first in-service program at CancerCare last week, and it was a huge success!

Continue Reading »
Blog post thumbnail

On Dec. 7th Cancer and Careers and CEW hosted our biggest annual fundraiser at the Waldorf Astoria in NYC - read on for some of the highlights of this wonderful event!

Continue Reading »
Blog post thumbnail

Laura Mercier is counting down 12 flawless days of Christmas and the Laura Mercier Ovarian Cancer fund, which benefits Cancer and Careers, is lucky number 10. Buy a Bonne Mine cheek and lip palette, receive a Deep Teal Tightline Cake Eye Liner, and support a great cause. It’s a win, win, win!

Continue Reading »
Blog post thumbnail

A common misconception is that job hunting during the holiday season is a waste of time. But those who think that companies put hiring on hold until the new year may be missing out on some great opportunities.

Continue Reading »
Blog post thumbnail